Tickets for Beyonce’s three shows in Auckland in October have sold out in 15 minute this morning.
Superstar Beyonce has added a second show to her New Zealand tour in October. She will now perform on Friday, October 18 and Saturday, October 19 at Auckland’s Vector Arena.
Celebrities are people, much in the mysterious, metaphorical way that corporations are people. They have normal human things, like children and emotions, but they also have entourages and price tags and auras.
The destiny of nations depends on the manner in which they nourish themselves.
There’s a great photo of Bill Gates from 1977, the year he would have graduated from Harvard if he hadn’t dropped out. He was 22 at the time and looks all of 16.
Good evening, everybody. My administration has been closely monitoring the situation in Egypt, and I know that we will be learning more tomorrow when day breaks
They say that breaking up is hard to do, especially when millions of eyes are there to witness every caustic comment and verbal volley. No one knows that better than Jon and Kate Gosselin, whose divorce is playing out on a world stage, complete with tabloid covers, he-said-she-said television appearances and court orders
Jay Leno says immediacy is key to his new show, and he should have plenty of it for his prime time premiere Monday, when Kanye West is a musical guest. The rapper created a fan and artist uprising Sunday night when he jumped onstage at MTV’s Video Music Awards to hijack singer Taylor Swift’s acceptance speech
The presidential candidate was greeted last Monday at the airport by a jubilant throng, chanting “Azerbaijan is awake, and is supporting its son!” That slogan, shouted in the Azeri language, might sound a little discordant, given that Mir-Hossein Moussavi is running for President not of Azerbaijan, but of Iran.